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  1. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Bit late, but last week I shot the wista rf handheld with the 150mm at f5.6 and pegged the focus nicely. Which was all the more satisfying as when I checked the rf it needed adjusting. A quick turn...
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    Re: Overhead still lifes

    I use a Manfrotto repro arm with a counter weight plus a magic arm with superclamps to make it super secure. I have a sinar p mounted with a 240mm lens so the camera is pretty big when extended for...
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    Re: Wista RF adjustment

    The movement on mine sounds like yours, once the bed is extended to a certain point the rf doesnít continue to focus, probably because itís simply not accurate enough. The rf isnít designed to...
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    Re: Wista RF adjustment

    The movement on mine sounds like yours, once the bed is extended to a certain point the rf doesn’t continue to focus, probably because it’s simply not accurate enough. The rf isn’t designed to...
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    Re: Wista RF adjustment

    Pics of said cam...https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200616/a8472fa4f7c030de20b59081207c0d01.plisthttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200616/bd1d76fe55ed47a33afc8901acbfbbc7.plist


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    Re: Wista RF adjustment

    Not sure that this will be of any help given the lose screw but I had a slight misalignment when I received my wista rf from japan late last year. I found there was a small cam on the bed at the...
  7. Re: JOBO ATL 1000 Temperature probe - any cheap alternative?

    Was anyone able to establish the sensor type required?
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    Re: Describe a style for me

    Tonal qualities aside, the stand out thing I see here is F/(Big number). Lots of DoF. Even the macro shots look to be well stopped down.


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  9. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    I would too. I have a couple of young children and am self employed and have a show in Rotterdam coming up so things are pretty busy right now. Hopefully Early next week though. Iíll have my Plaubel...
  10. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    You should ask him what happened to his lovely long hair and pouty lips! [emoji23]



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  11. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Itíd also slow the process of raising the camera up!! So very little chance of it shaking!!


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  12. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191128/b177482a493b479d7490af45a7746f41.jpg

    This isnít the same version of this image that was on Gowlandís site 3 years ago. Did anyone see that one? [emoji23]...
  13. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Now youíre talking!! This looks amazing!



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  14. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Very nice!


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  15. Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191124/545bba7ce3f89710fd888be3860cea81.jpg

    I am going to switch out the Zeiss single window RF/VF for the twin window Polaroid RF/VF which was to blame for the...
  16. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Looking good Charles! And yep! Thatís pretty much what I will look like but with three legs instead of two!! Iíve actually been doing this for a year or so with the Polaroid 180 conversion already so...
  17. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Yes, itís all pretty straightforward isnít it.


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  18. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    That bit seems very easy assuming the cams are good and the rf infinity is set. You focus on the gg at infinity for each of the three lenses then adjust and tighten the stops on the focus bed. There...
  19. Re: Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Itís early days but Iíll do my best. First impressions are the weight!! 3.5kg with glass. But also how robust it feels!! The RF is clear which was critical for me. And hopefully now, itís accurate....
  20. Handheld 4x5 shooting with a wista rf and on-camera flash.

    Iím not sure exactly how to start this thread but after a private messaging conversation with another user, @Ari he suggested I post my experiences with hand held shooting. I hope my experiences are...
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    Re: Wista rangefinder question

    I found that thread too and asked if I could see the image. Did you resolve this? Iím planning on opening the rf cover and having a go.
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    Re: Wista RF adjustment

    I don’t suppose you could repost the image that you’re referring to? Or maybe explain the screws in more detail please? I have just received a Wista RF in great condition but the rf aligns about 2mm...
  23. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Ah thanks. Iíll probably not retain that but Iíll do my best!


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  24. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    I recall that from your website. Iím quoting from the list whereas my lenses state NW I think. So am I correct with the numbers or still misunderstanding this?


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  25. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    You are quite correct. It is a 125mm Fujinon NSW f5.6 lens. The flange distance according to http://brucebarrett.com/large_format/LF_Lens_Coverage.html is 120mm. The Fujinon 105 NSW that I have is...
  26. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Iím currently testing a camera I bought off of eBay. Itís a Polaroid 250 hack with a Fujinon 120mm lens. A bit longer than Iíd hoped for but itís rangefinder seems to be very accurate so itís very...
  27. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Rear short bellows sounds like a great solution. I was thinking of a short extension behind the Harmon Titan cone hacked from the focus rack of a medium format press camera so not totally dissimilar....
  28. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Well said. God help the buyer if they come here and find themselves in conversation with some of these members. Itíll be the end of any dreams of LF for sure. ;)


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  29. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    That sounds like a really useful technique to grasp. Iíll look into it. Thanks Pfsor.


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  30. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Yeah that struck me too. I found this: The Photographer's Transit by Crookneck Consulting LLChttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/the-photographers-transit/id668449546?mt=8
    It uses google street view...
  31. My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Thanks Pfsor. Is that where you take a matte and hold it near your eye? If so how do I accurately establish that you Iím not looking at a representation of a 90mm or a 120mm? Iím being pretty...
  32. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Thanks but Iíve used 90mm lenses and know theyíre too wide for me. You might mean the travelwide cameras? I got the impression that the focussing system wasnít very durable. Agreed though, they do...
  33. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    I have a feeling that having a fair amount of the required parts for a Harman titan type mod Iíll go there first. If the focusing isnít satisfactory then Iíll be on the saber/Byron path. Iím going to...
  34. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Ok good. Maybe we can dispense with the Ďgoogle is your friendí and ď2nd hand keyboard impressionistsĒ rubbish now.

    Some folks here need to get their social skills up to spec when it comes to new...
  35. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    ďTack sharpĒ lies within a subset of ďdecent imageĒ does it not? Iíve gotten a lot of ďtack sharpĒ hand held 6x7 trannies over the years on longer focal lengths than 105mm - many of which have been...
  36. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    Thanks Ed for the cordial and thoughtful response. Iím really hoping that Iíve got the right lens because thereís no 35mm equivalent that Iím aware of but I know that 40mm is too tight and 35m is...
  37. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    (How naive of me to have thought this forum would be a place where all people would come to cordially ask, discuss, and share.)

    I looked and I saw only the word retired. You obviously keep your...
  38. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    I have 6 tripods to choose from. What is this place?


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  39. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    No, Iím tuning a camera to my specific needs and style. And who are you if not a keyboard impressionist?


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  40. Re: My perfect fixed lens LF camera - decision 1, the lens.

    I don’t *want* a camera, I *want* tack sharp prints at 1m high that depict scenes with as much useful context as possible when I’m standing between 6m and 60m away from the plane of focus, and...
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